If you happen to visit Rome this summer, there is one show that you should not miss. Entitled “Gaetano Pesce, the Time of Diversity,” it is a broad survey of a rich and accomplished career of the man who pioneered the notion that design should be utilized as a form of political expression, that design could tell stories. An architect, designer, thinker, and pioneer, Pesce has been known for breaking down barriers between disciplines, and thus entails design with the freedom it deserves. One of the exciting aspects of this show is a giant version of his iconic Up 5&6, an armchair in the form of a woman, created by Pesce in 1969 in expressing feminist ideas. Congratulating Mr. Pesce for an amazing achievement.